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Huntersville Commissioners adopt resolution concerning Red Line

Huntersville Commissioners met last night, unanimously approving a resolution asking the Metropolitan Transit Commission to not devote money right now to the study of a red line. The red line, of course, has been discussed for years as a north-south commuter train between Charlotte and Iredell County. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to […]

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Huntersville McDonald’s robbed at gunpoint

PRESS RELEASE HUNTERSVILLE, NC: On Monday, March 20, 2017 shortly after 2:45 a.m. officers with the Huntersville Police Department were dispatched to the McDonald’s Restaurant located at 14220 Boren Street for an Armed Robbery. The suspect entered the business through the “Drive-Thru” window. The suspect is described as a black male, wearing a black in […]

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2015-02-27StatesvilleChamber

WSIC joining with local chambers for political leadership institute

PRESS RELEASE The Lake Norman and Statesville Chambers of Commerce will be hosting a candidates training program for individuals interested in future elected office. The Institute of Political Leadership of Lake Norman and Iredell County is an introduction to campaigning for local, county, and state office. The three day session will be held on three […]

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2017-03-16YardSaleNB

The WSIC Community Yard Sale is Saturday, April 8th!

Visit WSIC at 1117 Radio Road in Statesville during normal business hours (9 am to 5 pm) to get your free space to sell courtesy of the Black Automotive Group.  Still have questions?  Email brian@wsicweb.com or call 704-872-6345.

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Victims identified in Huntersville murder-suicide investigation

PRESS RELEASE On Wednesday, March 8, 2017 shortly after 2:00 p.m. officers with the Huntersville Police Department were dispatched to a residence in the 12300 block of Cross Meadow Road to Check the Welfare of a relative who had not responded to telephone calls. Upon arrival, officers discovered a male and female inside the residence […]

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Huntersville PD: Woman accused of shoplifting arrested after pursuit

PRESS RELEASE On Monday, March 6, 2017, Huntersville Police Officers responded to the Target store located at 9801 Sam Furr Road for a shoplifting case of more than $1,000.00. Officers came into contact with one of the suspects, Uniqua Lastarr Adams (DOB: 05/04/1992), attempting to get into her vehicle. When officers approached Ms. Adams, she […]

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College students spending spring break with Habitat for Humanity

FROM PRESS RELEASE STATESVILLE, N.C. (March 6, 2017)— A dozen students from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are forgoing a week at the beach and instead spending their spring break building an affordable Habitat for Humanity home in Statesville, as part of Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge program. Students will be working on a house […]

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Possible “compromise” to HB2 continues in Raleigh

What some are calling a compromise to North Carolina’s nationally-known bathroom bill HB2 remains in the works in Raleigh.  (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this quote).   Lake-area State Senator Jeff Tarte.  House Bill 186 was presented as a means to repeal HB2 while keeping regulation of multiple occupancy bathrooms with the […]

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Accidents snarl Charlotte area traffic

It seems to have been a morning full of accidents for commuters trying to get to Charlotte. At the lake, an accident near Catawba Avenue snarling traffic – that happened on the southbound side with the impact stretching back to Mooresville. In Davidson, a pick-up and a dump truck colliding on Kerns Road. The driver of the […]

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Huntersville Police Department preparing for accreditation review

PRESS RELEASE The Huntersville Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) Accreditation Process to achieve re-accreditation by verifying it meets more than 400 professional law enforcement standards. Administered by CALEA, the accreditation program requires law enforcement agencies to comply with national […]

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